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   Typton anomalus 
   Typton ascensionis 
   Typton australis 
   Typton bawii 
   Typton capricorniae 
   Typton carneus 
   Typton crosslandi 
   Typton dentatus 
   Typton dimorphus 
   Typton distinctus 
   Typton gnathophylloides 
   Typton hephaestus 
   Typton manningi 
   Typton nanus 
   Typton prionurus 
   Typton serratus 
   Typton spongicola 
   Typton tortugae (pale sponge shrimp) 
   Typton vulcanus 
   Typton wasini 
Latest Articles on Typton from uBioRSS
A new snapping species of the shrimp genus Typton Costa, 1844 (Decapoda: Pa... - PubMed: nov sp species
Shrimp Couples Use Sponges as Gingerbread Houses - Discover Magazine

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1.  A new species of the shrimp genus Typton Costa, 1844 (Malacostraca, Decapoda, Palaemonidae) from the Cabo Verde Archipelago.LinkIT
Neves K
Zootaxa, 2020

2.  New record of the sponge-dwelling shrimp Typton distinctus Chace, 1972 <br />(Decapoda: Caridea: Palaemonidae) in São Paulo State, Brazil.LinkIT
Moraes IRR, Bergamasco GR, Santos RC, Antunes M, Soledade GO, Costa RC, Castilho AL
Zootaxa, 2020

3.  Decapod crustaceans from the state of Ceará, northeastern Brazil: an updated checklist of marine and estuarine species, with 23 new records.LinkIT
Pachelle PP, Anker A, Mendes CB, Bezerra LE
Zootaxa, 2016

4.  A new species of the genus Typton Costa (Crustacea: Decapoda: Palaemonidae: Pontoniinae) from the eastern tropical Pacific.LinkIT
Ayón-Parente M, Hendrickx ME, Galvan-Villa CM
Zootaxa, 2015

5.  Shallow-water stenopodidean and caridean shrimps from Abrolhos Archipelago, Brazil: new records and updated checklist.LinkIT
Soledade GO, Fonseca MS, Almeida AO
Zootaxa, 2015

6.  A new snapping species of the shrimp genus Typton Costa, 1844 (Decapoda: Palaemonidae) from the coast of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil.LinkIT
Almeida AO, Anker A, Mantelatto FL
Zootaxa, 2014

7.  These squatters are not innocent: the evidence of parasitism in sponge-inhabiting shrimps.LinkIT
?uri? Z, Horká I, Jura?ka PJ, Petrusek A, Sandford F
PloS one, 2011